17 thoughts on “Not All Guitar Heroes Wear Capes

    1. f_lawless

      What’s the issue here? A public figure gives an account on a social media channel of his own personal experience upon taking the Astra Zeneca vaccine. Government media campaigns which utilise ‘behavioural insights’ principles in order to influence public opinion will inevitably have a propagandistic element to them regardless of whether one deems them ethical or not.

      https://www.local.gov.uk/publications/applying-behavioural-insights-improve-covid-vaccination-uptake-guide-councils

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      1. Bertie blenkinsop

        Respectfully disagree. Young Clapton was a force of nature. As a musician he’s right up there, but unfortunately he’s a bit of a knob.

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        1. Slave to the Rhythm

          I even do like some of his later stuff like Change the World… shocking admission I know

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    1. Junkface

      Jesus! He said that on a stage? WTF?? I never knew he was a rabid racist. That’s appalling stuff. I used to assume that he was on respectful terms with black people, especially in the USA. He went on Blues tours, he took blues music as his foundation of inspiration! Crazy behavior.

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        1. scottser

          “I hate to advocate drugs, alcohol, violence, or insanity to anyone, but they’ve always worked for me.”

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  1. Bitnboxy

    In such a crowded space of tiresome attention-seeking quacks and nincompoops, Eric Crackton’s latest “announcement”, is merely to be added to the dung-heap of pandemic-related dross.

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